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Bachelor Year Two in Business Management

Next Start Date:

September

Campus:

Artemis Miami

Overview

The Bachelor Year Two in Business Management is equivalent to the second year of a university degree. You will study a range of courses delivered by experienced professors at Artemis where you will build your knowledge in the business management field.

This program allows you to study another year at one of Artemis Campuses and save money on tuition by completing the second year of a bachelor’s degree with Artemis. Upon successful completion, progress directly into the final year at Liverpool John Moores University, the University of Salford or Sheffield Hallam University where you will study the final year and graduate with a full degree from this university!

Progress to these Universities:

This program allows you to study another year at one of Artemis Campuses and save money on tuition by completing the second year of a bachelor’s degree with Artemis. Upon successful completion, progress directly into the final year at Liverpool John Moores University, the University of Salford or Sheffield Hallam University where you will study the final year and graduate with a full degree from this university!

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Structure

Upon successful completion of Year Two, you will benefit from a guaranteed progression to a number of different Bachelor's degree programs at Liverpool John Moores University, the University of Salford or Sheffield Hallam University.

Year One Business Program Delivery and Structure

Total Number of courses 8 courses per year (4 per semester)
Total number of weeks 28 weeks of directed study over 2 semesters plus 2 weeks dedicated to final exams
Classroom Study Hours per course per week 5 hours per course
Classroom Study Hours per week 4 courses x 5 hours = 20 hours

Courses

During your Artemis - NCUK Bachelor Year Two in Business Management program, you will take the following 6 courses.

Each course is worth 20 credits. In order to pass, students must score of greater than or equal to 40% in each course. The overall GPA for the program Is calculated from the mean of the grades you achieve in the eight courses.

Course Description:

 This course aims to develop student knowledge of key issues and practices in Human Resource Management. The course will take a practical yet integrated approach, as required by today’s HR professionals. Key theoretical issues will be studied and used to support the professional approach to HRM.

Topics:

  • Managing the Human Resource Function  
  • Employee Relations (ER) and Involvement  
  • Corporate Strategy and Strategic HRM  
  • Legal Issues and Managing Conflict  
  • Workforce Planning  
  • Health and Safety (H&S)  
  • Recruitment and Selection  
  • Managing Workplace Challenges and Crises via HRM  
  • Performance Management  International HRM (IHRM)  
  • HRD and Workplace Learning
  • Leadership and Management Development  
  • The HRM Performance Requirements, Evaluating HRM  
  • Reward Management (RM), Employee Wellbeing and Wellness 

Course Description:

Introduction to Information Systems (IS) as an essential element of assuring the competitiveness of contemporary organizations, managing global corporations, creating business value, and providing useful products and services to customers. This module aims to introduce students to Business Information Management and what human and electronic systems and applications need to be in place for an organization to function efficiently and effectively.

Topics:

  • The Value of Information  
  • Securing Information  
  • Introduction to Information Systems  
  • Protecting the Confidentiality and Privacy of Information  
  • Evaluating Information  
  • Developing Information Systems  
  • Gaining Strategic 
  • Value from Information  
  • Information-Based Business Processes  
  • Storing and Organizing Information  
  • Enterprise Information Systems  
  • Analyzing Information for Business Decision-Making  
  • Information and Knowledge for Business Decision-Making  
  • Transmitting Information  
  • Information for Electronic Business

Course Description:

The aim of this course is to explore the different theories and concepts which are used by businesses in order to optimize their operations for the purpose of meeting their strategic objectives.

Topics:

  • What is Operations Management?  
  • Capacity Management  
  • Operational Performance  
  • Supply Chain Management  
  • Operations Strategy  
  • Planning and Control  
  • Product and Service Development  
  • Quality Management  
  • Process Design  
  • Risk Management  
  • Creating an Operation  
  • Improving Operations

Course Description:

The course aims to support students’ understanding of entrepreneurship and small businesses by extending their theoretical knowledge as well as developing their practical entrepreneurial skills. By the end of this course students will be better able to identify the factors that influence the creation, success and growth of a start-up. Additionally, they will be better able to evaluate business opportunities and understand the steps involved in setting up a small business.

Topics:

  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Small Business  
  • Operations and Supply Chain Management for Small Businesses  
  • The Profile of an Entrepreneur  
  • Entrepreneurial Team and Workforce Planning  
  • The Context of Entrepreneurship  
  • Managing Growth in a Small Business  
  • Entrepreneurial Opportunities  
  • Entrepreneurial Exit  
  • Starting a Business/ Business Planning  
  • Entrepreneurship Policy  
  • Market Research  
  • Entrepreneurship and Small Businesses in a Global Context  
  • Financing a Small Business

Course Description:

This course aims to provide students with a good understanding of the role of a financial manager and how financial management techniques can be used to help an organization to achieve its objectives. Key concepts will include working capital management; investment appraisal; sources of finance and their respective costs; business valuations and the management of foreign currency risk.

Topics:

  • Financial objectives and the role of a financial manager
  • Raising finance, cost of finance and theories of gearing
  • Investment Appraisal  
  • Working Capital Management
  • Business valuations  
  • Foreign currency risk 

Course Description:

This course aims to provide students with the essential research methods and understanding to enable them to solve business problems by following an established research process. It also aims to allow students to develop their independent project management skills. This is an introductory course which will prepare students to undertake a dissertation or research project in their final undergraduate year.

Topics:

  • Introduction to Business Management Research  
  • Analyzing Data Quantitatively and Qualitatively  
  • Choosing a Research 
  • Sampling  
  • Developing a Research Proposal  
  • Collecting Primary Data  
  • Critically Reviewing Academic Sources  
  • Utilizing Secondary Data  
  • Research Philosophies  
  • Ethics in Research  
  • Research Design  
  • Presenting a Research Report 

Majors

The Bachelor Year Two is currently offered in Business Management. You will study a range of courses delivered by experienced professors at Artemis where you will build your knowledge in the business management field. Once you successfully complete the Bachelor Year Two at Artemisyou can choose from a range of different degree programs at Liverpool John Moores University, the University of Salford or Sheffield Hallam University where you will study the final year and graduate with a full degree from this university!

  • BSc (Honours) Business Management from Liverpool John Moores University
  • BSc Business Management from University of Salford
  • BA (Honours) Business and Enterprise Management from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BA (Honours) Business and Human Resource Management from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BA (Honours) Business Management from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BA (Honours) International Business with Events Management from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BA (Honours) International Business with Finance from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BA (Honours) International Business with Food Marketing Management from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BA (Honours) International Business with Hospitality Management from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BA (Honours) International Business with Management from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BA (Honours) International Business with Marketing from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BA (Honours) International Business with Tourism Management from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BSc (Honours) Events and Leisure Management from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BSc (Honours) Events Management from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BSc (Honours) International Hospitality Business Management from Sheffield Hallam University
  • BSc (Honours) International Tourism and Hospitality Business Management from Sheffield Hallam University

Class Size

Our mission at Artemis is to offer our students a World-Class Student-Focused Educational Experience. We believe that student-centered and teaching-focused high quality experiences can only be delivered in a small classroom. Besides benefiting from a personal Academic Advisor and Career Coach, your class sizes at Artemis will average 20 students per classroom.

Professors

Our professors are some of the top teachers at best-ranked schools around the country. Artemis selects only top professors who student-centered, ambitious and motivated by a desire to help each one of their students reach their fullest potential.

Graduate in 3 years: Study 2 years at Artemis in Miami and 1 year in the United Kingdom.

Cohort System

Another advantage of joining Artemis is that we offer a cohort system. This means that you will spend from day one until the end of your academic year with the same group of students. You will have all your classes with the same group of students and develop a deeper sense of community with your fellow students.

Students attending the Artemis cohort system report feeling closer and more engaged with their classmates. Students also can rely on their friends outside of the typical classroom environment, which provides them with a great support that comes from the group. It can be very comforting to know that you’re not the only student trying to balance work, home, school, family and friends.

Post-graduation, your cohort friends will become your lifelong connections of working professionals around the world.

Accreditation

Artemis World Campus study centers are subject to a thorough accreditation process prior to delivery of NCUK - a Consortium of 50 leading international universities - programmes and are required to take part in a regular schedule of audits. In addition to this, NCUK engages regularly with Artemis to develop and undertake a Center Quality Plan in order to help drive continuous improvement.

Comprehensive and effective quality assurance underpins all NCUK programmes. This ensures that students completing an NCUK programme are of the necessary standard to succeed on appropriate degree programmes in NCUK Universities.

We maintain academic standards and enhance quality through the procedures and infrastructure that comprise the NCUK Quality Assurance Framework. NCUK procedures are modeled on those commonly in use for collaborative provision in UK universities and where relevant, conform to Quality Assurance Agency’s Quality Code. The NCUK Board of Directors has delegated its authority to the Academic Quality Board. The Academic Quality Board is an independently constituted body which sits outside of NCUK’s management structure and is composed of external professorial-level academics. To protect the academic integrity of the Northern Consortium and the NCUK Universities, NCUK has a governance structure that ensures standards are maintained.

All NCUK programmes are subject to monitoring and regular review using the NCUK Product Development Framework. All programmes are subject to an Annual Validity Review that assesses the overall programme and individual modules to ascertain their validity and reliability based on quantitative data and qualitative feedback from students, study centers and universities. Teaching staff have the opportunity to contribute to this process by providing feedback in Marker’s Reports. All of NCUK’s programmes are reviewed periodically, when a review takes place all Study Centres will be asked for feedback as part of a formal consultation. Any significant changes to NCUK’s programmes are reviewed and approved by a Validation Panel made up of external subject experts.

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